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UT, Japan Partner on Energy Efficiency

You know the feeling: The anxiety you get when your smartphone notifies you that you have 10 percent battery remaining. So you rush to plug it in. But as your device...

 
 

Tower Shines Bright for Student Supercomputing Win

Many a sports fan hopes the UT Tower will glow orange after a game on the football field. But last night, the Tower was lit for another kind of win: A student team...

 
 

Artist in the Lab, Scientist in the Studio

A protein depicted as a coiling ribbon, an animation of a chemical reaction, a time-lapse movie of planetary motion—all are examples of scientific visualization,...

 
 

The Fate of the Book

In books, the Texas Institute for Literary and Textual Studies finds the intersection of science and humanities. UT’s Texas Institute for Literary and Textual...

 
 

Molecular Matchmaking for Drug Discovery

Some of the greatest advances in pharmaceutical history are thanks to educated guesswork or blind luck. Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin when he noticed that...

 
 

Invisibility Cloaking: Not Just For Harry Potter Anymore [Watch]

It may sound like science fiction, but it’s not: UT researchers have successfully engineered a way to completely cloak an object, making it invisible. Assistant...

 
 

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The Need For Speed

In 10 years, Jay Boisseau has taken UT from supercomputing minor player to national powerhouse. Now he wants to use Texas’ latest machine to tackle society’s...

 
 
 
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